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posted on Oct, 6 2008 @ 10:26 AM
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There are a few key points that need to be mentioned regarding the WebBot and how it works.

First, in order for it to work, the concpet of the global population being precogntive must be accepted. That is, that people have the inate ability to somehow sense big events of changes in the futre. Don't scoff. This phenomenon, though not understood, has been proven to exist. See these studies. Hundreds of independent studies all suggesting that there is some precognitive mechanism inherent in people. Also, Princeton's Global Consciousness Project is pretty well-known and has documented the same phenomenon.

Second, WebBot searches all over the web for a finite set of target words and collects text samples surrounding them. These target words have been adjusted over time based upon previous data collection runs. The 'Time Monks' (WebBot originators) then use a highly sophisticated pattern-recognition model to look for significant linguistic patterns.

Finally, as is the case with most pattern-recognition methodologies, human interpretation is needed to understand the importance of the patterns and how they relate to the day-to-day. The fact that the patterns exist is unassailable.




posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 05:02 AM
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"Hundreds of studies" is highly exagerated, sir. Several studies show a slight tendency to precognitive signals present in skin conductivity and brain activity.

What is interesting about the 'web bot' concept is that it tries to find patterns during and before events took place (so using after the fact collected data), and then tests the outcome for predictive substance.
What is also VERY interesting about the concept is that it tries to find a global human subconcious to find precognitive values, as exist with birds and animals that seem somehow capable to avoid disaster using awareness of it in advance. It is still very much unknown to us how (most) animals detect those severely catastrophic natural events beforehand. I think the Web Bot idea is on to something and could improve if its creators allow for improvement over time.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 05:22 AM
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Can you specify north or south hemisphere?


In Aus ........ we are over it.

Mungo



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 11:30 AM
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Did the 7th thing have a location, because there's a +/- of 24 hour for any prediction so in parts of the world it's almost the 8th and others it's early morning on the 7th...just sayin'.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 11:53 AM
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I beg to differ. There have literally been hundreds. For a starter check the citations in the paper I linked. That will give you just a sampling. And many of those have had multiple trials. There were 'several' related to the GCP alone.

But I agree with you. We share commonality with animals and it is reasonable to believe we have the same 'sixth sense' hard-wired into our heads. WebBot is utilizing linguistic shifts to detect (among other things) a heightened 'alert' status.



posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 12:30 PM
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Anything happened at all??? Should we wait or is it time to debunk this thread???



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